Jonathan Parks-Ramage says we should all be our own Daddy

Jonathan Parks-Ramage says we should all be our own Daddy

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Jonathan Parks-Ramage joined the podcast to discuss dating older men, dark novels, and journalism.

He is the author of Yes, Daddy, a novel about a young man who enters a relationship with an older artists. Everything seems to be going well… until it turns dark over a summer vacation.

Parks-Ramage, who spent years writing longform journalism for places like Vice, Slate, Out Magazine, and elsewhere opened up about daddy culture, writing journalism and switching to fiction, as well as what books inspire him. Listen below.

Jean Kyoung Frazier on why Pizza Girl was written at the perfect time in her life

Jean Kyoung Frazier on why Pizza Girl was written at the perfect time in her life

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Jean Kyoung Frazier‘s book about a pregnant pizza delivery girl is hilarious. Even though Frazier never intended for Pizza Girl to have a wry sense of dark comedy sprinkled onto it, her natural funniness came through page after page. Don’t get me wrong: the novel is dark. It follows a delivery girl who becomes infatuated with a married client. The result is a perfectly balances insight into the young woman that Frazier says she couldn’t have written a year before she finally started and might not be able to write now.

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